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Thressa and Earl Stadtman's scientific achievements and biographical information.


Earl Stadtman's curriculum vitae
Thressa Stadtman's curriculum vitae

Stadtman, Earl R.
  • "The Clostridium Kluyveri-Acetyl CoA Epoch," in A. Kornberg, B. L. Horecker, L. Cornudella, and J. Oro (eds.), Reflections on Biochemistry in Honor of Severo Ochoa. Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1975.
  • "Protein Oxidation and Aging," Science 257 (1992): 1220-1224
  • "The Story of Glutamine Synthetase Regulation," Journal of Biological Chemistry 276 (2001): 44357-44364.
  • "How I Became a Biochemist," IUBMB Life 54 (2002): 39-40.
  • "Importance of Individuality in Oxidative Stress and Aging," Free Radical and Medicine 33 (2002): 597-604.

 

Special Volumes Dedicated to Thressa and Earl Stadtman

  • Ginsburg, Ann, and Jennifer Rivett (eds.). Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 397, no. 2 (2002), a special issue dedicated to Earl Stadtman
  • Shaltiel, Shmuel, and P. Boon Chock (eds.). Modulation by Covalent Modification. Current Topics in Cellular Regulation vols. 26 and 27 (1985), special volumes to pay tribute to Thressa and Earl Stadtman on their 65th birthdays.

 

On Other Subjects

  • Bennet, J. W., and Herman J. Phaff. "Early Biotechnology: The Delft Connection," ASM News 59 (1993): 401-403.
  • Marshall, Eliot. "Better Relationships' the Stadtman Way," Science 268 (1995): 1713.
  • Park, Buhm Soon. "The Development of the Intramural Research Program at the National Institutes of Health after World War II," Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 46 (2003): 383-402.
  • Rossiter, Margaret W. Women Scientists in America: Before Affirmative Action, 1940-1972. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 1995.
  • Van Niel, C. B. "The Delft School and the Rise of General Microbiology," Bacteriological Review 13 (1949): 161-174.

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